Camping Village Poljana
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
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Beach time! We had 2 full days in Pag to just relax and check out the beaches. Being spoiled for any other beaches already, I really only appreciated the colour of the water as instead of sand the water is surrounded by rocks! Not fun to walk on (regretted my decision to not buy those dorky water shoes) but we ...
... at all, the islands look like sand dunes but are denuded rocks.
We were driving along route 8 into the town of Rab and had to turn onto route 5149 ( we thought this was a huge joke as have never heard of a route number this long)!!
After checking into our hotel which was of the old school era but beautifully maintained, we walked through a lovely park into the town area. Along the ...
Today was the day everyone had been looking forward to for a
relax on the beach. We headed down to breakfast at 9:30 and then went out to
wander the shops. We didn’t enjoy this very much as when you entered a shop,
the store owner would watch you the whole time and even follow you around the
store. We got a T-Shirt however were unable to find a hat pin anywhere. By
11:00 we were back at the hotel. I had a short ...
... ferry. We drove on
then all had to get off the bus for the 20 minute trip. It was good to get into
the fresh air for a bit.
After the ferry it was only a 10 minute drive to where we
were staying for the night. We had time to get ready for dinner then ate at the
hotel restaurant together. After dinner we all sat around in the hotel outdoor
bar area overlooking the sea. At 10:00 we moved to one of the other bar/clubs
in the town we ...
... with the intent of creating an independent Croatia. The first king of Yugoslavia, Alexander I, a Serb, was assassinated by the Ustashe in 1934. When Hitler and his Wehrmacht invaded Yugoslavia in 1941, the Ustashe took control as a puppet state, and the Independent State of Croata was fabricated. Like the Nazis, the Ustashe pursued policies to eliminate "undesirable" elements of society. Orthodox Serbs living in Croatia took the full brunt of these ...